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How to set a starting and ending dates for forwarding emails to another user?

Posted on 2014-07-30
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In Exchange 2010 user account, I'm wondering if there is a way to set a starting day and ending date for "Forward To". I understand I can do that in Outlook using Rules but since this user may not even get into his Outlook during this period of time so I have to think of doing something in Exchange. Please help.
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There is not an option to set a date for forwarding in Exchange Management Console. The best I can say is set yourself a future reminder to go in and disable the forwarding
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